#4699
Scott
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@sborder92
Newcastle
GT125R
Points: 43

Carb is definitely getting fuel. Float needle valves aren’t the issue as they allow fuel IN to the bowl when the level is low when the bike is running. They should be shut and not allowing any fuel in when the bike isn’t running. The problem is that the fuel that is in the bowl when the engine stops is draining somewhere… After examining the carbs and parts diagrams and following the flow of fuel through the carb the obvious thing to check is the slide needles but I have checked these and they are both seating correctly.

I just don’t know where to look next.

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